Anthony Shelton, Cornell University

Professor Ithaca, New York ams5@cornell.edu Office: (315) 787-2352

Bio/Research

Responsible for developing sound insect pest management strategies for vegetables with spin-offs for other crops. Components of program stress insect population ecology, biological control, plant resistance, agricultural biotechnology, insecticide resistance, insect movement, trap cropping, and p...

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Bio/Research

Responsible for developing sound insect pest management strategies for vegetables with spin-offs for other crops. Components of program stress insect population ecology, biological control, plant resistance, agricultural biotechnology, insecticide resistance, insect movement, trap cropping, and plant productivity and marketability as a function of insect infestations. In the last 15 years, a considerable amount of our effort has been devoted to risk assessment of insect management strategies, especially insect-resistant genetically engineered crops. Our program has a strong commitment to outreach education for the agricultural community and the general public.

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